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ITEM ONE (1)

 

–         AIR DISASTER :TOTAL OF AIR DISASTERS – 39

 

–         SEA DISASTERS: TOTAL OF SEA DISASTERS – 8

 

  1. Hundreds stranded as ships stuck in Baltic Sea ice. There were up to 50 ships stranded in ice along Sweden’s eastern seaboard this week due to the weather.
  2. Oil Spills At Jubilee Oil Field
  3. Crews Discover 42,000 Gallon Gulf Oil Well Leak of the coast of Mexico

 

 

ITEM TWO (2)

The world will experience major conflicts developing into regional wars. Some nations might rise against others. The UN should be firm and fair and use good diplomacy to avert wars between nations, otherwise they could lead to a World war.

  1. North Korea scraps South Korea military safeguard pact (27 May 2010) 10 South Korean warships took part in an anti-submarine drill
  2. North Korea anger at US-South Korea war games (22 July 2010) BBC news. North Korea has also said new US sanctions against it will violate a UN statement issued after the sinking of a South Korean warship in March
  3. UN warship hearing angers N Korea (15 June 2010)
  4. China and Japan ‘back North Korea financial sanctions’ (1 June 2010) South Korea says it has persuaded China and Japan to take part in financial sanctions against North Korea
  5. Deadly clashes in Kyrgyzstan’s southern city of Osh (11 June 2010) At least 26 people have been killed in clashes in Kyrgyzstan’s second-largest city of Osh, officials say. More than 400 people were wounded in the fighting, which is reportedly between Kyrgyz and ethnic Uzbek groups
  6. Lebanese Prime Minister Hariri warns of Israel ‘threat’. Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri says he is concerned about “escalating” threats posed to the Middle East by Israel
  7. China warns US over planned $6.3bn arms sale to Taiwan (30 January 2010) The Chinese government has warned that a planned Read the rest of this entry »
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